We are less than a week away from the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby, otherwise known as the “most exciting two minutes in sports.” For many, the excitement comes from placing bets, and projections have this year’s race breaking the all-time high of $194.3 million set in 2015. But, be careful. Since 1908, the favorite has won just 35.2% of the time. From the pounds of mint it takes to produce the 127,000 mint juleps consumed during the event to the hundreds of millions spent each year on thoroughbred horses around the world, there’s a seemingly endless list of numbers to explore when it comes to the Kentucky Derby. Here are some of the most interesting facts gathered by WalletHub: 90%: the
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